Aquavit Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... see right down to the sea. Shaun and I walked very quickly across that bridge, feeling a bit dubious about it!! Jen and Monty on the other hand were not phased at all, even sitting right on the edge of the bridge for a photo opportunity. One of the caves a squatter community have made it their home. They have created a little paradise for themselves with running water, a terrace, houses and all sorts, very impressive. We walked through a number of tunnels before ...
The drive from Somerset West to Plettenberg Bay afforded us gorgeous views of the undulating countryside. Fruit farming, sheep farming some ostrich farming, and later some cattle farming was scattered by the roadside but it was the rolling hills that impressed me most. On the way, we stopped at a small bakery and bought Koeksisters, a delightfully sticky white deep-fried pastry. They ...
... the beach and we found a lovely nearby walk along an old railway track (and rickety railway bridge over the sea) to a nearby surfing inlet called George where we had a great day watching the professionals.
We said goodbye to the South African beaches as we headed on our last stop in Africa to Cape Town. The Garden Route was absolutely stunning and a must do for anyone visiting South Africa, not onward to the mother ...
... and explore; with Braai areas, log cabins, and a waterfront...it was all spectacular and even better as we managed to talk our way in for free!
Last stop was Plettenburg Bay, a huge sweeping bay with a sand bank, making it more like a lagoon. The town itself was a lovely new town with sculptures and modern buildings mixed in with the classic seaside. So many nice bars and restaurants!
So we had a long day making dinner in the shocking kitchen, where ...